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For improvement of the psychosocial rehabilitation environment of a homeless Domiciliary Residential Rehabilitation and Treatment Program (DOM-RRTP), increases in lifestyle behaviors (e.g., recreation, social, spiritual/coping, and educational) and altruistic activities (e.g., helping others on...
Parent and child beliefs about the child's mood disorder and need for treatment may affect the willingness of the patient and his or her family to participate in and adhere to treatment recommendations. Such beliefs may also affect mental health treatment outcomes. However, there is a paucity of...
This study assessed whether timeliness of case assignment predicted 2 types of patient termination: nonattendance to therapy before intake but after completing the application process and premature termination once therapy had begun. The patients in this study represented all adults applying to...
The authors of this study used a subset of data from the national evaluation of the Comprehensive Community Mental Health Services for Children and Their Families Program to investigate the prereferral characteristics and experiences of children with serious emotional disturbance as they relate...
Mental health provider attitudes toward adopting evidence-based practice (EBP) are associated with organizational context and provider individual differences. Organizational culture and climate are contextual factors that can affect staff acceptance of innovation. This study examined the...
The purpose of this study was to determine whether motivational interviewing (MI), compared with an attention control condition (relaxation training RT) enhances substance abuse treatment engagement in incarcerated adolescents. At the start of incarceration, adolescents were randomly assigned to...
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